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Usable security and privacy: a case study of developing privacy management tools

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Usable security and privacy: a case study of developing privacy management tools
Privacy is a concept which received relatively little attention during the rapid growth and spread of information technology through the 1980’s and 1990’s. Design to make information easily accessible, without particular attention to issues such as whether an individual had a desire or right to control access to and use of particular information was seen as the more pressing goal. We believe that there will be an increasing awareness of a fundamental need to address privacy concerns in information technology, and that doing so will require an understanding of policies that govern information use as well as the development of technologies that can implement such policies. The research reported here describes our efforts to design a privacy management workbench which facilitates privacy policy authoring, implementation, and compliance monitoring. This case study highlights the work of identifying organizational privacy requirements, analyzing existing technology, on-going research t...
Carolyn Brodie, Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, Jin
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where SOUPS
Authors Carolyn Brodie, Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, Jinjuan Feng
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